This project to reimagine the shared spaces of the office building at 179 Lincoln was formed around a balance of old and new: we unearthed and amplified the building’s rich history while creating spaces that are responsive to the needs of the post-pandemic workplace.
Atelier Cho Thompson
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Casa Annunziata: Minimalist Glass House Dots a 9 Acre Grass Field in Berkshires, MA. The home is a 2,000 square foot single-story pavilion with a thin floating roof that cantilevers 15’ from the perimeter walls — an extreme departure from the owners’ previous 18th century farm house
Sheffield, Massachusetts, USA
Far from the beaches and vast sea, Nantucket packs more elegance in the neighborhood, where blossoming gardens greet you. Diversity is one of the main reasons behind the island’s vibrant groundskeeping culture.
The grass and wildflower gardens are by Piet Oudolf
The original Peacock Farm home designed by Walter Pierce is a well-known home from the mid-century modern period, with many examples throughout the west-Boston suburbs. And yet as lovely as these homes are, they suffer from cramped entries, a shortage of storage, lack good home-office options.
Peacock Farm House
Hisel Flynn Architects
Lexington, Massachusetts, United States
Eric Roth Photography